Need a break from constant notifications? Quiet Mode on IG is here to the rescue!
Look, we’ve all been guilty of getting a little carried away scrolling through the Feed.
Quiet Mode can help eliminate distractions by hiding all notifications for a set period of time, making it perfect for completing tasks that have been pushed to the back burner.
The only problem? It can be a little complicated to turn off once you’re ready to get back to your Feed.
But don’t worry–if you’re ready to see what’s gone down in the DMs while you were away, we have the ultimate guide on how to turn off Quiet Mode on IG.
The biggest difference between Quiet Mode on IG and pausing push notifications is the time restriction.
You can put your account in Quiet Mode for a maximum of 12 hours and choose the exact time you want it to turn off.
If you finish your tasks earlier than expected, you may want to turn off Quiet Mode sooner.
The process of turning off Quiet Mode is easy; you just need to know where to find the option!
However, turning off other aspects of the feature, such as the auto-reply DM, may not be as simple. It’s important to know the process!
Choosing an end time for Quiet Mode on IG allows you to plan a specific moment to return to notifications, similar to a reward for completing a task, instead of having to manually disable the feature.
Here’s how to choose an end time for Quiet Mode on IG:
PSA: As of January 20, you can continue to like, comment, watch Stories, Reels and send DMs while in Quiet Mode without being disturbed by notifications. 🤩
Don’t fret if you still have some time left on your Quiet Mode; turning it off is just as straightforward as turning it on. No need to stress; it’s a breeze!
Here’s how to turn off Quiet Mode on IG:
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It’s easy for a quick scroll on Instagram to turn into a long conversation if someone messages you–especially for social media managers!
Putting your phone completely away can be challenging, but Quiet Mode on IG aims to make your scrolling experiences more intentional so you can reduce the feeling of social media burnout.
Consistency on social media is essential for businesses to build a strong brand presence and engage with customers.
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Unfollow or mute accounts that no longer serve you or that cause you stress.
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This can help you focus on relevant information and inspiration–this can also help attract customers who share those same values.
Quiet Mode on IG acts as a “do not disturb” setting by silencing notifications for likes or comments.
This feature, announced on January 19, takes the concept of paused notifications and screen-time limits to a new level.
When turned on, your profile will be set to “quiet mode” (visible only to you) and will send an auto-reply message to users who try to DM you, letting them know you are in Quiet Mode.
You can set your account to Quiet Mode for up to 12 hours and choose the exact moment when it will be deactivated.
Yes, Instagram’s Quiet Mode only mutes push notifications for posts and stories, not direct messages.
Quiet Mode is a personal setting and will not be visible to your followers unless they direct message you–then they will receive an auto-reply.
Yes, you can turn off Quiet Mode at any time before the set time expires.
To turn on Quiet Mode, go to your profile and tap the three lines in the top right corner. Then, tap settings, and select “Notifications”. From there, you can toggle on Quiet Mode.
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